Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Paul Stanley Explains Why Kiss Wants to Trademark ‘The End of the Road’
Frontman Paul Stanley reveals Kiss' trademark application on 'The End of the Road' is about getting their ducks in a row, and doesn't signal pending retirement.
Journey’s ‘Greatest Hits’ Reaches 500 Weeks on the Billboard 200
Journey's 'Greatest Hits' has reached the vaunted status of being only the third album to spend 500 weeks on the Billboard 200 in the chart's 61-year history.
That Time Robert Plant Lost Karaoke to an Elvis Impersonator
Picture it: Hong Kong. 1996. A drunken Robert Plant singing Elvis Presley karaoke. A Taiwanese Elvis impersonator in the house.
Keith Richards Promises New Rolling Stones Album
Fifty-four years after releasing their debut album, the Rolling Stones are at work on their next one.
40 Years Ago: Elton John Performs on ‘The Muppet Show’
By the time Elton John made his first appearance on 'The Muppet Show' in February 1978, he already had 11 studio albums under his belt.
Howard Stern: Don’t Do Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions in Cleveland
Howard Stern knows why Bon Jovi will finally be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year.
Robert Plant Discusses ‘Kashmir’ on Dan Rather’s ‘Big Interview’
Robert Plant will help kick off a new season of 'The Big Interview With Dan Rather' next month.
Revisiting Super Bowl 51’s Rock Commercials
Even if you watch the Super Bowl exclusively for the game, it's tough for any music fan to ignore the songs that play in the highly anticipated commercials.
Bob Seger Releases Previously Unheard Song ‘Finding Out’
Bob Seger has just released a previously unheard track called "Finding Out," which was intended for 2006's 'Face the Promise' album but didn't make the cut.
Everything You Need To Know About Van Halen’s ‘You Really Got Me’
Van Halen were introduced to the world when their cover of the Kinks' "You Really Got Me" was released as their first single on Jan. 28, 1978.